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    Harvey's Broiler, 7447 Firestone Blvd., Downey, Ca.

    • K. Scot Mcclinton

      Harvey's Broiler, 1950's - Harvey's Broiler Coffee Shop in Downey, California, now named Jonnie's Broiler.

    • Kathleen Ryan

      Harvey's Broiler Drive-In Coffee Shop

    • rosie rodriguez

      Johnie's Broiler is a Googie style coffee shop and drive-in restaurant founded and initially named after owner Harvey Ortner. Was renamed Johnny's Broiler and now is Bob's Big Boy..

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      Harvey's Broiler Coffeeshop, Downey, CA,

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